The Labor Day 2011 Infographic is a Tribute to the Hardworking

 - Sep 1, 2011
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This coming weekend marks the summer's most anticipated long weekend, with this Labor Day 2011 Infographic breaking down the best parts of this short period of bliss. The North American statutory holiday is rooted in the celebration of hardworking individuals across the continent who use the day to relieve themselves from the pressures of employment. The American workforce is a diverse one with infinite industries and options for employment, and this infographic takes a close look into some of the facts and figures at its core.

Beginning by ranking the most commonly held jobs in ascending disorders, the graphic holds that teachers account for a whopping 7.2 million American jobs, followed by registered nurses who only account for 2.8 million! In addition to these stats, the graphic looks at job breakdowns in terms of gender, hours worked, shift workers versus 9-5 workers and many more elements of employment. Happy Labor Day!

Implications - Statutory holidays are an important time for consumers to relieve themselves from the pressures of daily life. Across a variety of industries, these holidays are a time to capitalize on the communal downtime of North Americans with sales, promotions and holiday-themed products.